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Feb 7, 2013 11:30pm PST
was one young man, 21 years old, young hungarian, who would be the only person to go on tv with me, only hungarian, malan would take a blow horn and walk through the streets against families that hated us, and he walked and he shouted and he kept the morale up as we were walking against this sea of people who didn't like us because we were representing the inclusion and diversity that we so much cherish here. he was inspired by the story of my uncle and he said to me, do you think this is how harvey felt? and i said to him, it's exactly how harvey felt. now, after the march i learned that malan had refused to go into the one sponsor that the pride had left, which was a bar, because they wouldn't let in people from the roma community. and he said, no, that is not the way we're going to do things. and he wouldn't go in. when i left and when i landed back in the u.s., i found out that malan also had another struggle. he went home that night and because he was on tv and because he was the spokesperson for hungarian pride, he walked in to find his father hanging. malan's courage doesn't
Comedy Central
Feb 25, 2013 10:30am PST
. [ laughter ] the u-ayfa champions league. in a game against liverpool, a hungarian team's goalkeeper was, paid to ensure that there were more than two goals scored in the match. but liverpool won by the score of one to zero. which goes to show, no one man can be more corrupt than soccer is boring. [laughter] and the fixers -- [cheers and applause] and the fixers also paid off referees, often in subtle ways. like when all seven goals in two matches came from penalty kicks awarded by referees, or a latvian game where after a player missed a penalty kick, the referee ordered that it be retaken. this time from inside the goal. [laughter] so will corruption destroy soccer? here to move the discussion forward without using his hands, please welcome former u.s. national team member and espn soccer analyst, alexei lalas. thank you so much. [cheers and applause] good to see you again. [cheers and applause] all right alexi, good to have you back, this is this it for socker is? is it a killing blow to the world's most favorite sport? >> absolutely not. >> stephen: why not it's corrup
Feb 2, 2013 2:30pm PST
challenge is actually inspired in the triwizard tournament. and you get to choose between the hungarian horntail and the chinese fireball. you have to go into both, because both of them are completely different. >> i did the dragon challenge, which is the roller coaster where you're, like, sitting down and you're going all around, and it feels like you're actually, like, flying on a dragon. it was really fun. >> like in the series, when it comes to wands, the wizard doesn't choose the wand. >> the wand chooses the wizard. >> and that's what happens here at ollivanders. >> let's go inside. >> welcome to ollivanders, makers of fine wands since 382 b.c. i am the wandkeeper, and i believe you ladies are here for your wands. is that right? >> yes. >> lovely. now, then, tell me your name. >> nicole. >> and you? >> lauren. >> lauren and nicole, right? >> yes. >> well, it's a pleasure to meet you both. you may know every ollivander wand has a core of a powerful magical substance. we use unicorn hairs, phoenix tail feathers, and the heartstrings of dragons. no two ollivander wands are the same,
Feb 1, 2013 4:30am EST
in the audience and had to be recognized. and he was a hungarian gentleman, and he said "oh, we're so lucky. we have someone here, but you can't mention him. he can't be mentioned. he can't be mentioned. mr. cary grant. so carol did her opening bit and then she got to the part and she said, "oh, ethel merman's here and this one's here, and that one's here. and she said she couldn't help herself. finally she said to the audience, she said we all know there's an elephant in the room and i'm not supposed to mention him, but i have to mention him. mr. cary grant, thank you so much for coming. and she said she saw him at this little table back there. he stood up, he folded his napkin, put it down. and she thought she blew it. she thought he was getting ready to leave out that door that he was right by. but then he walked to the front and the audience went crazy, they stood and clapped. and he went up to what was the stage, although it was ground level, and she put on her best fanny brice voice and said "oh, you're gorgeous." and he dipped her over and kissed her and said, "right back at
Feb 5, 2013 7:00pm PST
young hungarian, franciska gaal. stop the picture a minute. get me budapest. c.b., it's 5:30 in the morning in budapest. you cat get at girl t bed and why not? operator. get me budapest, miss franciska gaal, g-a-a-l. (thomas schatz) and of course we're not importing movies, we're importing the talent developing in othecountries. hello. franciska gaal? this is cecil b. demillein . who? cecil b. demille, paramount director, speaking from hollywood. cecil b. demille! oh, yes! we want you to come to america for a picture. i want a fine emotional actress for the part i have in mind. you'll have to leave in one week. one week. oh, you americans. styles and techniques are being imported, appropriated a transformed to accommodate this system. (narrator) superficially, it seemed as if the major american studio was operating as factories, mass producing dreams for expanding foreign markets. (robert parrish) they were factories; they manufactured things. and if i'd been in detroit, i might have sold automobiles. but in this town, they made movies. and everything in the town was connected with
Feb 19, 2013 4:00am PST
. a hungarian physicists has been doing some research and claims that any 1 website is separated from any other by 19 clicks or less. while some sites have a few links, search sites and stories act as hubs. >> very interesting. think the worldwide web would be a smaller world than that. 19, huh? >> it is a small world, after all. >> you didn't sing it. i'll give you points for that. >> thank you. serious news we're doing. >>> next on this tuesday morning, more serious news. alec baldwin's newest problem with the ever-present paparazzi. >>> and alarming, new details about the newtown shooter, adam lanza. we'll be right back. of labor and it's a lot of love. i don't need to go to the gym. my job is my workout. you're shoveling ice all day long. it's rough on the back. it's rough on the shoulders. i get muscle aches all over. advil® is great. pain and soreness is just out of the picture. [ male announcer ] make the switch. take action. take advil®. and for sinus congestion, now you can get advil® combined with a proven decongestant. breathe easier with advil® congestion relief.
Feb 18, 2013 6:00pm PST
of the sixth degrees of kevin bacon. what about the 19 degrees of the internet. a hungarian physicist claims you can get to any random webpage from any other random page in 19 clicks or less. he conducted his research using a simulated model of the web. he says while web pages are hyper linked to other pages there's a group that make the 19 clicks or less rule possible. he said search engyps and social news websites are the way. an estimated 14 billion web pages on the internet. >>> this is not a fake. we did not doctor the video. passengers on the san diego tour boat saw a sight so rare this weekend they had to make a phrase to describe it. they had to make something up of what they saw. so many dolphins surrounding the boat the captain called it a -- >> super mega pod. >> 35 square miles with do dolphins. an estimated more than 1,000 dolphins as far as they could see. called the sight truly beyond belief. passengers on the boat obviously thrilled to see what they found. >> lucky, lucky, lucky. what a thrill that must have been. >>> coming up tonight at 11:00, a bay area ma
FOX News
Feb 16, 2013 12:00am PST
were fun when we could hate on east germans and the hungarians could beat them to death. the cold war, what is the point? the olympics was about the cold war for me. >> guys, here is my quiz. wrestling did not make the top 10 in ratings, but what do you think -- what olympic sports were in the top three? what olympic events got the highest ratings? >> gymnastics? >> i would have said gymnastics. that's not even the top 10. >> basketball. >> swimming. >> swimming? think outside the box. >> basketball is not a top 10? >> get this. >> lossoing. >> number one, the closing ceremony. number two, the ep oning ceremony. the opening ceremony. >> what sports rated the high ?es. >> third hussein bolt, fourth mufarra. five, jessica ennis. the gymnasts didn't even make the top 10. >> interesting. >> back to you, andy. >>> coming up, what is the key to earning extra cash during tough economic times? remi spencer on her new book, how i bell clients for over time. first, what will "red eye" correspondents have to say? hopefully something or this will be an awkward segment. >>> well, thanks to den
Feb 21, 2013 6:00am EST
and the hungarians would have revolutions and the poles would have revolutions and the czechs had only a small thing in 1968. then vaclav havel appears on the scene and he is somebody that kind of restored the moral authority of the country and made people feel proud of their background and he was kind of the philosopher king. >> rose: about saving turtles with eric goode the entrepreneur restaurateur and founder of the turtle conservancy. >> it's hard to generalize. in the case of the plow share tortoise it comes from a tiny geography, there's maybe a few hundred left in the world. it's rarer than a panda bear. and these animals tend to slip through the cracks and so what i'm trying to do is protect it in the wild and we've hired guards and done a number of things. i don't know if it's working. we also work on breeding in the madagascar. >> rose: is that working? >> that is working. >> rose: we conclude with garry wills, he is the author of a new book called "why priests? a failed tradition." he also talks about the roman catholic church today and the election of a new pope. n't
Feb 17, 2013 10:30am EST
east in the suez crisis. shunned helping the hungarian revolution despite a lot of calls in this country to do that. probably, most importantly rejected the advise in the northeast. i see obama very much that pattern. he has a whole string of foreign policy crises, but i think given this eisenhower pattern you're not going to see him intervene in syria. you're going to see him get us out of afghanistan and try to avoid foreign crises as much as possible or minimize them, and only use ground forces as a very, very last resort. >> schieffer: let's talk about afghanistan, david because the president made it pretty clear. ly said he said our war in afghanistan is over. but that seems to me a little bit different than saying the war in afghanistan is over. and in fact, i have had people say to me they sort of cringe when the president said that. they said-- tom friedman, the foreign affairs columnist in the "new york times," said that was the one thing that made me krimpleg when he said that because he said you just ought not ever say that because it's just suggesting it gives al qaed
Feb 19, 2013 6:00am PST
, a hungarian physicist discovered every website is connected to every website by no more than 19 clicks. put another way, i can get from any site, say, to even the world's most obscure website through 19 links or fewer. it may remind you of the small world theory or more likely the kevin bacon game. there's a wikipedia game and it involves nazis but the idea is you can go from any wikipedia page to the wikipedia page about nazi germany by just following links. you start with penguins and you can get to nazis not because they were great guys, which they weren't, but they had a terrible influence on history and everything else. >> how interesting. modern day look at it. thanks. >> 19 clicks there. pop-ups you end up clicking on things you don't want to see. 6:12 right now. for baseball players, let's take you down to spring training to get that fresh start. >> like to be close to that. for others off the field, spring training is a second career. let's head back down south to arizona to check in with laurence scott this morning joining us live at scottsdale stadium.
Feb 11, 2013 3:00am PST
with that amount of money, it is easy to corrupt a goalkeeper or referee in a minor hungarian league, and the european crime fighting organization announced they have 680 incidents of match fixing over the last four years. >> wait, what have you heard about the one that fixed a champions league game in england? >> well, that is rumored to be a minor hungarian team in the game against liverpool, but what is not known is which 680, and right now, it is a schoolyard rumor. i know something about you, and so it is whether you trying to get into the press by riding the coattails, but if it is true, it is devastating for football and seems to have to go into the governmental initiatives to clean it up. it has been faeen false all of time. >> and how do you break the back of seth bladder in an organization that says that if any governments investigate us, their team can't play in the world cup, and that is why seth bladder is the most corrupt, and the most corrupt person in charge of any organization, and his organization is corrupt and everybody knows that the world cup was bought and paid
Feb 26, 2013 2:00am PST
citizens, one hungarian citizen, three people were injured, among them, the pilot. this balloon crashed when the cylinder, the gas cylinder inside the balloon exploded. the balloon plummeting according to state tv 1,000 feet. the pilot depending on what conditions he's under, he's going to be expected to answer a lot of questions, a lot of pressure on this hot air balloon company sky crews to answer some questions as well. >> what a horrific accident. thank you. >>> also developing right now in the middle east, a shaky truce being tested this morning after a rocket fired from gaza struck southern israel overnight. now this is the first such attack since a truce in november ended a week of cross border mighting. it follows days of clashes over the death of a palestinian man inside an israeli prison. the rocket did cause some damage but so far, no casualties have been reported. >> lots going on this morning. markets around the world are reacting to the outcome of the italian parliamentary elections on monday. for the first time ever, that country elected a hung parliament which wi
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